Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about President Trump's response to the events that took place in Charlottesville and the aftermath.
Robert Brauneis is mentioned in Wired in regards to a paper he co-authored about state and municipal use of predictive algorithms.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the call to tear down George Washington's statue in Chicago.
Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the government warrant demanding IP addresses and other information from an anti-Trump site.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Washington Examiner regarding a soldier's lawsuit that claims the war against the Islamic State is illegal.
Jonathan Turley speaks to Fox News' "The Story With Martha MacCallum" about the fight for campus free speech after the events in Charlott
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about President Trump's comments on the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
"Looking at the Constitutionality of DOJ Request for LA-Based Tech Company's Data on Anti-Trump Protesters"
Orin S. Kerr speaks to KPCC-FM's "AirTalk" about the DOJ requesting a Los Angeles tech firm to turn over its data on its users.
Orin S. Kerr is mentioned in Reuters in regards to his 2016 paper "Norms of Computer Trespass."
GW Law student Aaron Parnas, 1L, is profiled by Law.com about his path to law school.
Daniel J. Solove is mentioned by MediaPost about a company that must face a privacy lawsuit for allegedly displaying misinformation.
Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Atlantic in regards to the DOJ attempting to seize logs and IP addresses of a website advertising Inauguration Day protests.
Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the government warrant demanding IP addresses and other information from an anti-Trump site.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the calls for hate crime prosecutions and terrorism charges in Virginia protests.